Project: About


Constant is member of:

Brussels Kunstenoverleg (BKO)

The Brussels Kunstenoverleg (BKO) is a cultural network that was established in 2001. Today it brings together more than 100 Dutch speaking cultural institutions in the Brussels region of Belgium : theatres, companies, art labs, festivals, etcetera; small organizations as well as big institutes. As a Brussels based network, the BKO has a close collaboration with the French speaking cultural network Réseau des Arts à Bruxelles (RAB).

Free Software Foundation (FSF)

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is a non-profit organisation with a worldwide mission to promote computer user freedom and to defend the rights of all free software users.

As our society grows more dependent on computers, the software we run is of critical importance to securing the future of a free society. Free Software is about having control over the technology we use in our homes, schools and businesses, where computers work for our individual and communal benefit, not for proprietary software companies or governments who might seek to restrict and monitor us. The Free Software Foundation exclusively uses free software to perform its work.

The Free Software Foundation is working to secure freedom for computer users by promoting the development and use of free (as in freedom) software and documentation—particularly the GNU operating system — and by campaigning against threats to computer user freedom like Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) and software patents.

Interface3, Centre de formation bruxellois pour femmes en recherche d’emploi

Interface3 tries to expand and diversify professional investment fields of women and enable them to build effective foundation for a professional career in a job market in which computer skills are not only a great asset but became a must!

To reach this goal the organisation offers introduction modules to information and communication technologies, guidance modules allowing women to discover the careers offered by the various businesses of the ICT field and finally, qualifications and certification courses leading to ICT jobs or jobs in making intensive use of IT tools.

Why is this important? Today the digital gap between men and women is gradually reducing concerning access and use, particularly through the development of Internet. However this almost equal use hides an important imbalance in the mastery of these technologies, operational systems and construction of computer. Indeed, there are less than 20% of female ICT professionals.

Overleg Kunstenorganisaties (oKo)

oKo (Overleg Kunstenorganisaties) is the Flemish Federation of Employers in the performing arts and music sector. Its members are organisations recognized and supported by the Flemish government.

oKo exchanges information on issues that may affect the working of its member organisations, and expresses collective views on behalf of its members. oKo is responsible for the follow-up of the governmental institutions’ activities, and Flemish cultural policy. Apart from that, oKo is the official employers’ representative in collective bargaining, both on a local and national level.

Constant supports:


Wikipedia is a project of a free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organisation that also hosts a range of other projects such as Commons (Free media repository), Wikibooks (Free textbooks and manuals), MediaWiki (Free software development), etc. The Wikipedia is written in English. Started in 2001, it currently contains 4.977.762 articles including arts, biography, geography, history, science and other areas. Many other Wikipedias are available in other languages.

Just For The Record

Just For The Record is a project addressing how gender is represented in new media and writing/publishing tools like Wikipedia, and what influence this has on the way history is recorded. With the importance that such platforms as Wikipedia have gained in our society, and the new writing and publishing tools they propose, it is becoming clear that history is being written down once again. To address these issues Just for the record organises in Brussels a series of events between edit-a-thon, reading and performance.